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Discussion in 'General Electronics' started by savaidis, Dec 26, 2003.

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  1. savaidis

    savaidis Guest

    Is there a site where I can find data books for electronic elements on
    the net?
    For free if possible.


  2. Robert Baer

    Robert Baer Guest

    Use the Mouser or DigiKey catalog sites to find the part.
    Usually there is a link to part data.
  3. GPG

    GPG Guest

    Some here.
  4. Rich Grise

    Rich Grise Guest

    I've never failed to find at least one mfr. data sheet by entering
    "XXXX data sheet" (try it with and without quotes) at

    For the algebraic notation-impaired, you fill in the part number you're
    looking for where I have "XXXX." :)

    True, it can make a difference if you look for, say, 74HC74 vs. 74LS74.
    Actually, that particular difference is very interesting in their
    representation of the equivalent schamatic. And, of course, you have
    to have the exact part number.

    Plus, I've used several different mfr's browse-parts-by-function feature.

    Have Fun!
  5. Ravindra

    Ravindra Guest

  6. Klein

    Klein Guest

    Search military and government library sites. You can find a lot
    of non-classified books freely available.
  7. classd101

    classd101 Guest


    Google, searching for part #, and usually adding "pdf" as a search
    modifier. This way you stand a good chance of tripping over any other
    related documents such as App notes that are relevant to the device in

    If you don't find them free just ignore that site and keep looking!
    It's out there someplace and you shouldn't have to pay a third party
    website for first hand info that's from someone else anyway. Screw
    Try something like this if your stuck, I think it's a great source.
    Check out the "EE Search" field, but it's also got links to alot of
    manufacturers and I've yet to see a more complete list.
  8. Robert Baer

    Robert Baer Guest

    Like i said, aint there any place that lists DDR RAM chips by GET )or
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